Development of new synthetic methods to attain high structural and functional complexity. These methods lie within the areas of organocatalysis, transition metal catalysis and, more recently, bio-hybrid catalysis. In addition to that, we are also interested in developing new drug-delivery devices by combining acoustics and microfluidics.
We can potentially provide interesting molecular scaffolds with a wide array of applications.
Bezagu M, Arseniyadis S, Cossy J et al. (2015) . A fast and switchable microfluidic mixer based on ultrasound-induced vaporization of perfluorocarbon.Lab Chip vol. 15, (9) 2025-2029.
Benedetti E, Duchemin N, Bethge L et al. (2015) . DNA-cellulose: an economical, fully recyclable and highly effective chiral biomaterial for asymmetric catalysis.Chem. Commun. vol. 51, (28) 6076-6079.
Barbeyron R, Benedetti E, Cossy J et al. (2014) . Recent developments in alkyne borylations.Tetrahedron vol. 70, (45) 8431-8452.
Bezagu M, Errico C, Chaulot-Talmon V et al. (2014) . High Spatiotemporal Control of Spontaneous Reactions Using Ultrasound-Triggered Composite Droplets.Journal of the American Chemical Society vol. 136, (20) 7205-7208.
Arseniyadis S, Fournier J, Thangavelu S et al. (2013) . Palladium-Catalyzed Allylic Alkylation of Allyl Dienol Carbonates: Reactivity, Regioselectivity, Enantioselectivity, and Synthetic Applications.Synlett vol. 24, (18) 2350-2364.
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